Greece’s Fraport-managed Airports Get New Websites
German-Greek consortium Fraport Greece has launched websites for the 14 regional airports on the Greek mainland and popular holiday islands that are now under its management. Until now, online information for the majority of the specific airports was provided by the website of the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority.
The new websites contain destination presentations and useful information for passengers for flight schedules, access and facilities.
Users will also find info on matters relating to customs controls but also for more specific issues such as traveling with medical devices and pets.
The new websites of the 14 airports are the following:
Aktion Airport: www.pvk-airport.gr
Kavala Airport: www.kva-airport.gr
Thessaloniki Airport: www.skg-airport.gr
Kerkyra/Corfu Airport: www.cfu-airport.gr
Chania/Crete Airport: www.chq-airport.gr
Kefalonia Airport: www.efl-airport.gr
Kos Airport: www.kgs-airport.gr
Mytilini/Lesvos Airport: www.mjt-airport.gr
Mykonos Airport: www.jmk-airport.gr
Rhodes Airport: www.rho-airport.gr
Samos Airport: www.smi-airport.gr
Santorini Airport: www.jtr-airport.gr
Skiathos Airport: www.jsi-airport.gr
Zakynthos Airport: www.zth-airport.gr